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Rachmaninov, Sergei

Line breaks: Ser¦gei Rach|man|inov
Pronunciation: /rakˈmanɪnɒf

Definition of Rachmaninov, Sergei in English:

( 1873–1943), Russian composer and pianist, resident in the US from 1917; full name Sergei Vasilevich Rachmaninov. Part of the Russian romantic tradition, he is primarily known for his compositions for piano, including concertos and the Prelude in C sharp minor (1892).

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